A Course of Pure Mathematics

@article{MACO,
  title={A Course of Pure Mathematics},
  author={M.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={80},
  pages={36-36}
}
THE title of this book is rather a misnomer. As a matter of fact, the most interesting part of it is in the, last two chapters, which contain an excellent discussion of the logarithmic and exponential functions based upon the definition of log z as an integral. The preceding eight chapters deal with real and complex variables, limits, convergence of series, and the fundamental theorems of the differential and integral calculus. They are chiefly interesting as an illustration of the fact that… Expand
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